Glasgow & West Scotland

Man fined over homophobic abuse at Glasgow station

A 66-year-old man who shouted homophobic abuse at a group of people at Glasgow Queen Street station has been fined £500.

Thomas Morin, from Edinburgh, pled guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court to the incident, which happened just before 10:00 on Saturday 4 March.

Officers patrolling the station arrested and detained Morin after hearing his comments.

PC Alan Kavanagh said intimidating abuse would not be tolerated.

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